Reblog: A tribute to poetry – A stream of unconscious Poem — via Suzette B’s Blog

Holy poemoly!! This was so incredible I had to reblog it. Suzette has come so far in her poetry since I first came to know her on WP. This is just amazing!!! She followed me way back in the beginning and I’m so grateful to her. Such a supportive light in the blogosphere. Like others among y’all, she’s made me smile in many a grey moment.

From: A tribute to poetry – A stream of unconscious Poem — Suzette B’s Blog

What syllables can be uttered in your praise

Your extended metaphors an allegory of our days

Your alliterated couplets coin bonanzas in your stanzas

Your rhymed refinery our collective muse

When with ambiguity your meaning fuse

Your prickly metre sometimes trampled underfoot

When by chance, personification looses its comfort

Your selfless selfishness the antithesis of your longevity

Famous lines a life of their own perpetuity

Alas! “To be or not to be…”

Flesh on the bones of your sonnet’s charcuterie

You bamboozle with chiasmic twist

“The first last and the last first.”

Poetry, your reflective meaning glows

And even through ellipsis…flows

Poetry, you are a much prized gem in the elusive crown of prose.

Visit the original post and its author, our beloved Suzette B, here:  A tribute to poetry – A stream of unconscious Poem — Suzette B’s Blog

xoxox “Lia” 🤗✍️🔆💛

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p.s. I have of course enthusiastically commented on it before re-blogging it… just hasn’t passed moderation yet. :)) xoxo

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